IT Dojo: Five Cisco IOS tips to make you more efficient <p>Working with Cisco routers and switches is a part of almost every network administrator's job. Keeping your Cisco equipment configured for optimal performance can be a time-consuming process, but there are a few general rules that will make you a more efficient administrator.</p> <p>In this IT Dojo video, Bill Detwiler demonstrates the following time-saving tips for the Cisco IOS:<br /><br /> 1. Shortening commands to their fewest unique characters<br /> 2. Using timestamps to generate better logs<br /> 3. Quickly returning an interface to its default configuration with the <i>default interface</i> command<br /> 4. Using the <i>begin</i> or <i>include</i> commands to filter command output<br /> 5. Running Privileged Mode commands from Global Configuration prompts with the <i>do</i> command</p> <p>Once you've watched this IT Dojo video, you can find a link to the original TechRepublic article, print the tip, and get links to additional remote support and administration resources from our <a href="">IT Dojo Blog</a>.</p>

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